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  • Lopez, Dogs handle Chargers
    Tuesday, April 28, 2015 8:58 PM

    LINDEN-The North Montgomery baseball team saw one of the Sagamore Athletic Conference’s premier pitches Tuesday when Leo Lopez and the Frankfort Hot Dogs visited town. Lopez got the best of the Chargers, fanning 10 in a 4-0 Frankfort win.

    North just got two hits off the funky-throwing right-hander. Those came from Baylee Adams and Riley Morehouse.

    The squads will meet again Thursday in Frankfort. 

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  • Wednesday, April 22, 2015 9:42 PM

    DANVILLE – The North Montgomery baseball team lost on the road Tuesday to their Danville hosts, 11-5.

    Juniors Baylee Adams and Jordan Lewis, as well as sophomore Gregory Pietsch contributed the teams’ three RBIs. Lewis had a double and two triples on the night, though he is attributed the loss, with Pietsch adding a triple of his own. Junior Devon Zachary added two triples as well.

    North Montgomery dropped to 4-4, 2-1 on the season while Danville improved to 4-3, 1-1.

    North gets back in the swing of things this Thursday in another matchup with Danville, this time at home starting at 6 p.m.

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  • Friday, April 17, 2015 12:55 AM

    NEW MARKET – Southmont and North Montgomery met on the baseball diamond for the second time this week and for the second time, the Chargers were the victors. It was just a lot closer this time around.

    After a 10-0, five-inning affair on Tuesday, it took a run in the top of the seventh for North to win this round, 3-2.

    Justin Clary delivered in the seventh to plate Tucker Mosely and send the Chargers home winners. Clary finished the night with two hits and two RBIs.

    Devon Zachary, Mitch Merica and Jordan Lewis all pitched for North Montgomery with Lewis getting the win – his second of the week against the Mounties.

    “It was a grinder. Southmont played well. They made the plays. We couldn’t come up with a big hit. We had several opportunities early,” North Montgomery head coach Matt Merica said. “It’s a big win for us.”

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  • Thursday, December 11, 2014 7:32 PM
    Sign up for the 2015 North Montgomery Little League Baseball season is underway. Registration is open online at from now through Jan. 31. No late registrations after January 31st. There will be one in-person sign up at North Montgomery High School in the commons area on Jan. 24 from 9 a.m. until noon.

    North Montgomery Little League apparel is also being sold during the above dates at code: nll1, money raised on apparel sales help pay for entry fees for the North Montgomery Little League All-Stars. You may also sign up for the North Montgomery travel baseball teams online or in person on the above dates.
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  • Bacon officially bound for BSU
    Wednesday, November 12, 2014 4:59 PM
    It's official.

    Montgomery County's best baseball player will be a Ball State Cardinal a year from now.

    Maverick Bacon, a senior at North Montgomery and the returning Montgomery County Baseball Player of the Year, signed his national letter of intent to play at BSU on Wednesday.

    Bacon verbally committed before the start of his junior season. That commitment was first reported by The Paper of Montgomery County on April 4.

    "From the first visit I liked it. I liked the coaches, atmosphere and players," Bacon told The Paper after his signing Wednesday. "I feel like they have a bright future in store for the program. They have a new stadium coming and they won the (MAC) last year. I feel like that was the best spot for me."

    As a junior, the standout shortstop his .553 with 42 hits and 29 RBIs. Seven of those hits were doubles, two were triples and one left the park. Bacon hit safely in 25-of-27 games last season and reached base in every game. He was 9-of-10 on stolen base attempts.
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  • Wednesday, November 5, 2014 3:02 PM
    The North Montgomery baseball team has a new face of the program.

    But you'll likely recognize him.

    Athletic director Matt Merica will take the helm as head coach this season, replacing Matt Voorhees, who resigned in late October following a promotion within the Indiana State Police.

    "The program is in pretty good shape right now," Merica told The Paper. "We've had quite a bit of success. I just want to build on that and continue the winning ways and win championships."

    Merica said that the timing of the resignation played a part in the decision for him to coach.

    "Coach Voorhees and I had no control of when the promotion happened and it was something that he couldn't pass up," Merica said. "The timing on it wasn't ideal. It was a situation where we had to look from within. We have an excellent staff and I would guess that a majority of the staff will be back. We're looking forward to another good year."
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